'Fox' can also refer to...

A. C. Fox-Davies (1871—1928)

A. Lane-Fox Pitt-Rivers (1827—1900) anthropologist and archaeologist

Adam Fox

A.H. Fox-Strangways (1859—1948) music critic and editor

A.H.L. Fox Pitt-rivers

Aileen Mary Fox (1907—2005) archaeologist

Alan Fox (1920—2002) sociologist and industrial historian

Albert Fox (1857—1914) trade union leader and politician

Alice Fox

Alice Wilson-Fox (1863—1943)

Brer Fox

Britny Fox

Caroline Fox (1819—1871) diarist

Caroline Fox (1723—1774) noblewoman

Caroline Fox (1767—1845) diarist and correspondent

Charles Fox (1795—1849) engraver

Charles Fox (c. 1740—1809) poet and orientalist

Charles Fox (1797—1878) scientific writer

Charles Fox Burney (1868—1925)

Charles Fox Townshend (1795—1817) founder of the Eton Society

Charles James Fox (1749—1806) politician

Charles Richard Fox (1796—1873) army officer and numismatist

Charles Richard Fox Engelbach (1876—1943) motor engineer

Charles Richard Jeremy Fox (1921—1991) writer on jazz and radio broadcaster

Charles W. Fox

Christopher Fox

Christopher Fox (b. 1955)

Claude Earl Fox

Claybourne Fox Clarke

Crystal and Fox


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(Janáček: The Cunning Little Vixen). Sop. Travesti role. His real name is Zlatohřbítek. He falls in love with the Vixen and, when she becomes pregnant, marries her and they live in the forest with their cubs. To give a greater contrast in vocal timbre between the Vixen and the Fox, the Fox is often sung by a mez. or, in some productions, by a ten. Created (1924) by Božena Snopková.

Subjects: Opera.

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